Monthly Archives: September 2010
Here’s another description of the workshop this Thursday. For the preview, check out tips #2, #7, #8, #9. More generally, browse: #1-#21 and #101. And as always, see the similar posts at the bottom of each page on this site. … Continue reading
Ira Glass on making radio. Stone tablet full of radio principles. This is one of the best things I’ve read. Some tips on ethnography, narrative, and influence.
Preface to this post: In an earlier version of this website I often wrote much more free-form. That free-form writing was appreciated by many readers, most of whom were polymath leaders in business, or artists, or consultants, or a combination. … Continue reading
“Exciting Strengths: Transform Situations from the Inside Out” Date: Thursday, September 30, 2010 Time: 6:00pm to 8:00pm (discussion may go into overtime) Venue Title: Research Club Suite 2020 Venue Location: 215 SE Morrison St. Portland Storage Building, Portland, Oregon Cost: … Continue reading
Sara Corbett has an excellently written article “Learning by Playing” in the NY Times Magazine. Doyle smiled. “All the time in the world,” he said, before taking his sprite on a deliberate detour to get even more reward points. The … Continue reading